My first wedding of the season was a gorgeous event. How could it not be? Cindy and Brent were a dream to work with. Their family and friends were super excited for them and the day was filled with love, laughs, good food and good entertainment. Lindsay Landman Events did all the beautiful event design from invitations to linens to flowers to dessert table. She used a gorgeous purple palette, short and tall centerpieces, round and rectangular tables and candles to bring the Scranton Cultural Center to life. The Scranton Cultural Center is where all the broadway touring companies go when they visit the Scranton area. The center used to be a masonic temple and has some really gorgeous architecture.
Jackie from Merci New York did the bridal and mother of the bride styling. Cindy looked gorgeous with a beautiful Vera Wang gown, Kate Spade shoes, hair accessories from Untamed Petals and the wedding band of her great great grandmother. The bible she carried in her bouquet has been passed down from several generations.
The ketubah signing was an intimate ceremony between close family and friends and held in the beautiful old library. The wedding ceremony was held under a custom chuppah with hanging candles on the stage with the guests seated as audience members. Cindy was super excited to be on the stage, since she is such a performer at heart.
Special thank you to Christopher Duggan for being my second photographer.
Some other major players:
Hair and Make-up by Buddy Miller, Now Hair Salon, Scranton, PA
Invitation and Escort Cards: Hand calligraphy by Michael Weinstein of MJW Calligraphy, Printing by Arzberger Stationers via The Write Stuff
Menus and Table Numbers: Invitations by Ana
Cinematography: 15 Minutes of Frame
Bouquets and Boutennieres: Floristry by Carmen Bolin
Flowers on cake: Sugar Flower Cake Shop
Band: Russ Bennett Orchestra of Hank Lane Music
Favors: Macaron Cafe, NY
Check back tomorrow to see all the beautiful details and the fab party that ensued.
Dad practicing his toast
Jackie from Merci New York helping Cindy’s mom with her dress
Dad seeing Cindy for the first time. I love all the emotion that welled up from him seeing his little girl in her dress. No matter how old you get you will always be your parents little girl or boy.
Cindy waiting for Brent to come in and see her
Check out the stage! Gorgeous detailing around the proscenium